The Daily Chronicle from Centralia, Washington on October 11, 1892 · Page 2
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USB i 1892* T14 F-l A ' inc. L./V MARSHALL. \ Will sfliow a fall li o '•* Ladies Missess and Chil \ , • w "4 ' ,' ' \ ' v " ./,. v -"~ ' ' - ' • onsisting of Eussian^ Blouses * T t~^ ., * • ,^^ ' * . *s«»" •» Watteetu Backs, Reefers. BoxjOoats \ r ^ - r^ i m . ,i •- •(-. Top Coats and Newmarkets. d to Call and Examine Same ... . • -" ': 7 'V '-•'• '• . •.•:'-'• ^-. , '•'. , . •••• .. •, :: ';. ....... .•••.•'••: SIPDYSTER'S IDEA / Raised a Little Ruction in Ned- /aliri Towrv v ;."" *"' '' 4 BTRUIGKJLE OTEE TWO -PORTRAITS. - Uka'Tlmo and M«d»lU, N. T., tho Ilulldel- of* Church Pot* Fletont on ToMf the Steeple, ^T WeKIolvjr'* Toot 1 ThranfU the W«*t KlHOflTON, N: Y., Oct. 11,— Reaideots of Medalia, in Ducheoa county, nave learned,' A* oxpeot almqit aaytitiog from the eccentric old Gen, Watta 4e Pmater, bathla late actloa has mad* a gmt stir in the town; On Saturday night, when the car^entara quit Wjodc fl&l^e new De Puyster Memorial chuicb >{ the general a)n?eared ^h the •can* with a largo engraving of Preaideivt Harrison; which he ordered one of tfie men to place at the top.pf the steeple whlch^ao Jnat been completed. Though astonished at such a propo^cQaj^arpenter* obeyed the commandyfoT he knew the man who gave it to be * person who would, noUlsten toarefuwL The picture waa tacked to a large bo»rd which was aopn nailed at the top jof the steeple, much to the general's ' " Covered with Cle¥*Uud'» Pictnj;e, On Sunday morning the picture attracted attention at once and soon a dr97JL gaftered around tbe church. Many of the people were indignant at the political use to which the loose of God had been put, but the Democrats in. the crowd, who were in the maiority.were detenidnea toJ»verHaj- .cbnB'i picture w4^b- that of CleveUnd. Deipltot^ protests ol many;^n the crowd ssoendad Out jpariloDis height and the pjctnfp at candidate over that o/Harriaon. When he r«wh|d the ground he wag greeted wttj» ohewi Tiia ottering attracted nearly fitr? dttaen in the town, an of whoa were ipongasLog a* tib* picture o( Glereland in paJlea uovv'iv. As Ut asiceniled ..ana tqpk down the Cfevelarjd picture bt-vwas greeted' with Mrild cheorw from one faction, and stones from the other. It WAS then long stchurbto'tMipei hnt.yery ijiany jjhureb" ping people did not attend diviheisarViitje^ ferrin^to remain jn the melee. .- • ' Fought Wall Way Up tfce Steeple; When .another attempt wa$ made by ik Cleveland admirer tq get up the steeple another fight ensfted, This was contiinflfed lialf way «P the steeple, and the crowd be^ low stood breathless, expecting to sea some one fall. When at length the Cleveland picture bearer succeeded. in getting to tihe top thfe din below wtis deafening. General De £uyster came out when the last pictdi|p» had been put in place.- He waa'almpst bet- aide himself with wrath, but in the,howling mob his words were wa&ted. DenOanAd by th«t PrcacheM, The Democrats remaiued around the church all day and though several efforts we're made to tear the picture down itf re* mained. there the rest of the day. In the evening th.e clergyine'w. of the town denounced the*Uffair from the pulpita. General De Puystec'b action andihe struggle on Sunday will be Jibe chief topic of convenia- tionm Medalin for along time; Children Cry lirljtcher's LET U& SHOW YQU'OUB LINE 0F BOY'S, YOUTH'S A CENT'S. Wa Are Now Btc«iMng our Iminense Ll^e of OTEKC*ATS. We made a bj(J on .those when- i ' WEDNESDAY,OCT. 12 AT * QfCLQCK R. i Will sell AUCTI ) Household &«ods. of the late JOBIAH LEPPEE, At the Houca^n High st. -, K i . T. I Auotipneer. Adm ' r "Y JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, Alvmfactqries in Rochester and recentlj closed tke. Contract. We are Late in receivoljor thesfi because we'djtl not bu'yJ..tjketn • , - -"•**& of Agent in J ( une and July. But ,we got them at prjoes that will save '. . . "»~ . _ • \ money for O T UJ- patrons 'tM§ fell. '•**- '•*"."' Our lineof; jyferctian.t. Tailbring surplus jjurcliased in N*w York are- now ready aq'd^erits in§peotiori. Our Style, Fit, and Finish are often copied bttWieveive"xcelled. c ' 1; • • % ' '--• j«Vl» 'S i T.SHAN The-Leadnlg Clothier and Tailor. - a,. , .'..'•_ TtQjK EHNT-Two houeea on West Handver / street. Good l?arn» on both placea. Oiie Mhe houeea for ealu. For particulars enquire f J. W. Busfe. •• IlA/flUOTSON JUSTICE. OF THE PEACE AND * ^ 'CQNVEYANGER. ' All business attend^ to promptly and caretullj. Has a sale to .keep judg ibieot doclttt andotfapr valuable papers uew oc, l eeuts. ' t» Ginghams 5 oentij per y&it, Kewoonts of " IVEH6REIH Stt. CORF, Ten Cents per can—Three lor 28 cente. QUALITY GUARANTEED; . J. stj£i$& of Storm Sejges ^tfeirete

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